106 states that the country up to the rive-Gaudas became, as it were* a uiaidan. where lie would go for taking exercise in fencing.* The second verse refers to his capture of all the cities belonging to the Gajapati in the country between the rivers Kr:na and GodavarL The third mentions the capture of Kalubari^a : the fourth addresses Kmiaraya as the bearer of the fbrniiie I'Laksmi) of the Hindu kingdom, the establisher of the Uus salman king ?t and the captor of the women of Kalinga; and the tilth describes the conquest of the districts of Kondavidu and Kondapalli, AUaswxi Peddun* : Mawwaritra> 1 : 11 ; 2 : 79, 81 ; 3 : 142, 144. 116(0- A single verse from the pen of an anonymous contem- porary writer enumerates briefly the events connected with the Kalinga r» ar. When Krsnaraya, who was renowned for his skill in war, started on an uninterrupted expedition, Udayagiri lost its great- ness by tlie rising sun of his valour, Vinukonda fell to pieces by the terrific noise of his war drums ; Bellamkonda (the jaggery hill) melted like lac by the fire of his army ; Kondavidu (the abode of hills) was deprived of its wings by the lightning-strokes of the swords of his troopers ; Bezwada collapsed \ Kondapalle shook ; Katakam broke down ; and Delhi fell into confusion. SUMMARY. This verse which is attributed to Nandi Timmana, the author of the Pftrij5t&paJiaranam, describes the manner in * The chief of NSTaiJa remains still unidentified. £akandhara has been identified by lh* late Mr. K. V. Lakshaaaaa Rao (LakstnanarSya VyZ&vaU, pp. 46-7) with. Sikandar h, who sat for a few months in A^D. 1525 on the throne of Gujerat. t This r,tfctement of Peddana i-; al=o supported by the inscriptions. It is generally iwd tha.t K^na^tya assumed this title when he attempted to restore the defunct aiiy dynasty at fee end of hi-? Raidlr campaign in A. D. 1521. This view is unten- -ibl* . i :ie title appears i^ sense of hi? early Inscriptions. In an inscription dated A, r». 151+ ^(,V, 2>. I. A'r. 27) Kn^^Sya is styled Yox&nw^fya samsthapaMa&rfa. Tiw^-rc, this Sitle whi:h is peculiar to him mu«t have been assumed by him for Betting »? soffit Maii.Maaaias prla:e up&u ai-: thrcae prior to A. D. 1514.